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Heal Nick Hinkins!

June 1, 2014

“I’m going to win my fight over sickle cell anemia,” declares little Nicholas Hinkins. Having a bone marrow transplant is the only hope for saving this little boy’s life. Nick’s twin brother Christopher is a perfect 100 percent match! Chris’s bone marrow can possibly save Nick’s life. But we must go to Atlanta, Georgia, for the treatment. Readers can visit HealNickHinkins.com or GoFundMe to learn more about Nicholas and donate for this lifesaving procedure. His entire family is profoundly grateful for donations in any and all amounts.

Affordable Care Act: Covered California will give access to over 80% of doctors and hospitals through 13 health plans

June 22, 2013

Sacramento – Affordable, quality health care coverage will be accessible through Covered California in 2014. Californians will be able to choose from 13 health insurance plans, both non-profit and commercial, along with Medi-Cal and regional plans. The tentative selection of health plans is subject to a rate review by state regulators. It is impossible to [...]

Union PLAs block Blacks from construction

November 8, 2010

Construction unions have historically fought affirmative action and excluded Black hiring, and they are still getting away with it. They huddle up to the good unions and pay off our elected officials with campaign donations.

Cynthia McKinney discusses her upcoming Triumph Tour, Aug. 20-24

August 16, 2009

The SF Bay View newspaper is in dire financial straits, and former presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney is bailing us out with her stimulus plan that comes by way of the Triumph Tour through Northern California that is being organized as a series of fundraisers for a very essential media outlet that amplifies the people’s voices in times of need and in times of triumph.

Word from the streets: Who’s on welfare now?

October 24, 2008

Who’s on welfare now? For years, the rich have condemned and criminalized women of color who survive dire poverty with a little cash assistance from the government. But now, big business wants to cut into the welfare line.

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